Counseling and psychotherapy; classics on theories and issues.

Palo Alto, Calif., Science and Behavior Books [1966] .

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George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
BF 637 .C6 A8 Off-site
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BF637.C6 A68 Available Request
Subjects Counseling.
Description xiii, 322 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. Toward an integrated theory of counseling / Robert Callis. -- II. Critique of recent developments in personality counseling theory / Frederick C. Thorne. -- III. Theoretical principles underlying the counseling process / Leona E. Tyler.
IV. A theory of therapy as developed in the client-centered framework / Carl R. Rogers. -- V. Principles of directive counseling and psychotherapy / Frederick C. Thorne. -- VI. Minimum change therapy / Leona E. Tyler. -- VII. The essence of rational therapy / Albert Ellis. -- VIII. Reality therapy: a realistic approach to the young offender / William Glassner. -- IX. The necessary and sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change / Carl R. Rogers. -- X. Requisite conditions for basic personality change / Albert Ellis -- XI. Some basic propositions of a growth and self-actualization psychology / Abraham H. Maslow.
XII. The ethics of counseling / C. Gilbert Wrenn. -- XIII. On the philosophical neutrality of counselors / Robert L. Browning and Herman J. Peters. -- XIV. Change in values: a goal in counseling / Joseph Samler -- XV. The fusion of discipline and counseling in the educative process / E. G. Williamson. -- XVI. Some constructive features of the concept of sin / O. Hobart Mowrer. -- XVII. Sin and psychotherapy / Albert Ellis. -- XVIII. Psychological data and human values / Abraham H. Maslow. -- XIX. Psychotherapy and the objectivist ethics / Nathaniel Branden. -- XX. The case against religion: a psychotherapist's view / Albert Ellis.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)239074
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